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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 1, 1890.
THE REV. W. ,. ERDMAN.
HK VlUtM THE PULPIT AT IHK
A aertnon on the Mlaalon of the
Holy Spirit In the World To
Convict of Hln, Klf hteouauea
Rev. V. J. Erdtnnn preached nt the
Central Methodist Episcopal church
south yesterday in the absence of the pas
tor, Kev. S. 11. llillmrd, who isnUemlitiK
conference nt Concord. His text wns:
Nrvcrthclcaa I tell you tilt truth! It ia ex
pedient for you llmt I go away: fur il'I no
not away the comforter will not come unto
yuui but if 1 tlepuxt I will aenct him unto you.
and when he ia come, he will reprove the
world of sin and ot riKhteouaiieBHttmtot' IuiIk
mc t: ol'ain, becuuac they helieve not on me;
of rightrouaneaa, bci-auMe 1 Koto my father
and ye ace me no more; of judK'iicnt becuuac
the prince of tbe world ia judged,
"In these words," he an id, "the Lord
tells us of the mission of the Holy Spirit.
In tbe gospel according to ohn, 'the
world' ulwuyt stands for unliclievinK,
unregencrnte eoplc. The Holy Spirit
wns to be given to the disciples and
through them was to perfect this sK'cial
work ot convicting the world. This im
plies that the proof had been brought
forward that what Jesus claimed to lie he
wus; that he told the truth in his asser
tions and that (iod had sent him. Tin
word 'convict' was used with rtleieuci'
to three distinct thine; sin, righteous
ness and judgment. lint-li lime I lure wns
a ccinl reason and in tins reason we
muv know what proof was implied.
"It was first said that the Holy Spirit
would convict the world of sin. Tin
reason given is 'because tlit'V Iwlicve not
on me.' In order to hud out what sin
is, we must lie subjected to a test of oui
faith in Jesus Christ. I'nlielicf is, there
fore, the mother ami the root of sin.
When a man is not verv much convinced
of his sin and has but a slight touch oi
the sense of what sin is he will think lu
can balance nil his evil deeds bv I lie good
never knowing that in his heari is a root
which produces nil the evil, l ulcss he
knows this nature ol sin he cannot couu
"What was tbe proof the Holy Spirit
was to bring forward to show the world
its sin? Our Lord gives the material ot
all this testimony against man. He de
clared that be bad given sutliciciil evi
dence to show that tiod had sent him
and enough to convince any one that lu
was the Lord Jesus, but the world onl.t
"lu the second place, the spirit was to
convict the world of righteousness.
Here we have the opiHisile ol sin. This
gives two evidences; esus was righteous
and he went to his Inlhcr. lucouipuriug
scriptures we find that when Jesus said
lie would go to Ins l-'alhcr he meant the
resurrection and so in saying it this tiuu
he said the equivalent of 'U'cause tilt
lather shall raise me from the dead and bv
raising mcshull endorse all my claims.
The Futber never would have raised a.,
iintiosmr and endorsed his claims in that
wav. This gives one final prool that Je
sus wns all he claimed to lie. The argu
ment to-duv, und the proof hv which to
convict mull, is that Jesus was raiseo
trom the dead and woi ked miracles allci
his death, Our gathering here this morn
ing could not lie accounted tor without
going back, step by step to the cross.
So we associate with csus righteous
ness. "The last is the conipicriug of satnn.
The Lord says he would convict the
world ol judgment. He was to convict
il of this because llie prince of the world
had liecn judged. Christ took the lorui
ol our tlesh and blood that he might sutler
death and by his death convict t lie world
ol sin. Here was divided the great ques
tion of the dominion of snlnn, but with
renter intent than this. As long as men
ad no forgiveness lor sins salail could
charge up his guilt against every mall.
Tile reason lor saving 'convict of judg
ment' was Ik-ciiiisc satun had liecn de
feated. It this greater enemy has been
overcome, the lesser ones call lie.
"How shall men overcome annul? The
greatest prool ol spiritual blindness is for
n man to deny the existence ot the devil.
When the holy spirit takes a num up and
curcssrs him to be changed, he finds out
that there is a sutun and a Christ. He
is convinced that judgment has taken
plucc und that the devil is overcome.
There never was in the world but one
perfect und righteous man, the Lord Je
sus Christ. When we think ol snlnn we
associate with him the idea of Ins judg
ment nnd defeat. Judgment has been
pronounced but it is not executed. He
still has some dominion, but some day
will lie chained into the bottomless pit.
One reason why he has kept wople Irom
lielieving in tin second coming ol Christ
is that in The llililc is lore
told hi career and the triumph td
Jesus over him. He tries to keen tins in
the background by making Koplrlclicvc
there is no second coining. Il u saint
wishes to get dominion over satan let
him quote scripture in which it is said
that satau will be delealed.
"When a man is convicted ofsin it fol
lows that he is convicted of righteous
ness and lias his sins forgiven and liasn
victory over satau. Il a man obstinately
re.nses the testimony ol Christ he nt last
must share the late ol the devil ami lie
east out with him into the lake ol lire.
Wc lire identified either with Christ or
satnn. When satan was convicted.
Christ cast him into the bottomless pit
und showed that he wus Lord of lords
and King of kings, and that we w ho arc
identified with him shall have power over
satan. I thank Coil that there is siu'h a
grent salvation and meeting of the sa
vior nnd dominion over the eiiemv ot
Order of Netrvlcenal I lie l-:iilncopnl
Church ItilM week.
The regular services of the mission nt
Trinity church Inr the week will lie ns
In the morning nt 1 1 o'clock, begin,
iiing un Tuesday, services will be con
ducted by Ker. Ir. Ciqiersond Mr. oiner,
of Columbia, S. C, and in the evening nt
7:30 o'clock, with n sermon each night
by Key. Dr. P.J. Murdoch, ol Salisbury.
These night services lire short siiecial
mission services, and the sermons will be
n series of earnest, logical teaching on
the fundamental principles of religion nnd
the christian life. To get the full benefit
these should be attended regularly.
Holy communion will be administered
every miming during the mission at 7:80
odors, except on neonesnny ana Fri
day, when the hour will be 10 o'clock
There will lie special services for the end
rlrea on Wednesday and Sunday after
noons at 4 o'clock.
Deal T. TV. Marr.
T. W. Mart, who has been In this city
for sever si months died at his home on
Academy street yesterdny afternoon. He
was once a successful druggist in Detroit,
Mich., nnd was forced to come here with
his wile because of catarrhal trouble,
which caused his death. He was greatly
interested Id Asbeville's future and had
Durcbased considerable property here.
Improving some of it by the erection of
two dwellings on make ant! Academy
streets, Tbe remains were taken to Ko
mo, Mich., to-day for interment.
VorecaHt till a a. m. Tneadnyi
Fair weather t aouibweat wlndai
The Knights of Honor hold their elec
tion of officers to-night.
The Mission at Trinity (P. E.) church
begins to-night at 7.30 o'clock. All are
The Buttery Park orchestra, under the
management ol t'rot. i'earson has re
turned here lor the winter.
General Secretary H. P. Andersen, of
the Y. M. C. A., is able to bratthc rooms
again alter a sickness of two weeks.
Mr. T. C. Manning, who has been here
lor some tune teaching writing, lelt Sat
urday for Dallas, Texas, to sieud some
Webster Herald: Mrs. F. M. Totii-
kius, ol Asheville, has liven visiting rela
tives and friends at Webster and Sylvu
the past week.
Col. Frank Coxe left to-dnv for Phila
delphia with his fnuiilv. He will return
to Asheville ill about two weeks and his
family will remain for the winter.
M. 1.. Keed, one of the newly elected
legislators for lltineomlie county, had
the misfortune to have 200 panels ol
lence ut Haw creek destroyed by a Inrest
The medical lecture, which was to lie
given by Dr. ('.. W, I'urctoy at Hie hall ol
the oniiu' Men s Christum Association
u-niorrov night, has liecn postponed to
omc lultirc tlate.
A six year old son id' Wesley Coggins,
living near CoiqKrs, was kicked on the
head by a hoisc yesterday and il is ex
IH'cted that his injuries w ill prove fatal.
Mis skull was terrinly inasiieii.
Mis. D. K. MeKiiiiion and . A. Mur-
uocn leu liisi infill ii'i ii mil in rtin-
laud and Ijiiok-. Mr. Murdoch intends
licing away tour nioutlia and Mrs. Mc
Kinuon will Ik- gone ten months
The monthly meeting of the W. C. T.
('. will Ik' held in the V. M. C. A. to-mor-
i . ,..s ...... r..i--
Hued trom Thursday to Tuesday owing
lo the former living thanksgiving day.
The bodies that have been buried in
the old Catholic cliuivh graveyard will
,. . I ... t ; i.. . .
lie rcinovcu in iivcisinc cviiuicry i
morrow and re-interred. The graves at
the old are for the most part unmarked
mil are almost obliterated.
The engine fur the People's light, heat
and power company's plant has hecu
heard from and will Ik- here to-niuht. It
w ill lie put up and rca.lv for use in live or
ax days. I he street lights wil Ii the ex
ception of the towers, w ill lie ready to
night. Mr. K. It. Van iK-maii, secretary and
chirl clerk ol the bureau ol immigration
if Florida, has written that tickets will
lie birnisheil the Florida ilelegales to the
iiiuiigration convention at one laic lor
the round trip and has asked lor quar
ters lor forty delegates.
W. F. Toinlinsoii, of this city, editor ol
the Country Homes and secretary of the
Itiiiicomlie county farmers' alliance is
qiokcn of for engrossing clerk ot the next
louse id representatives. The p.-qs-rs in
'he state are sv,-ikini! highly of him nnd
'oinniciiiliug him to the representatives
:or ti:al jmsition.
Major J. F.vnns Hrowti, of thiscity.lias
ecemly notified President Haltlc, of the
slate university, ol his intention to give
S.'iiiii towards ilircudoiviiH-iit of the chair
of history at the university. This is
highly commendable in Major ltrown, ns
it evidence his great interest in North
Carolina history, liimsell living a native
A geutlimaii. inconversation with Till-'
t.'lTIKN to-day. related that he first ca au
to Asheville in Dec. 1, lSTn, twenty vcars
ago. lie cniut (mm the North and ns
there were no railroads, had to come
from some distance beyond the Tennessee
line, bv private conveyance. The snow
was six inches deep along the whole
route .nul rose were blooming above
Marion Free Lance: Mr. J. T. Terrell
and Mrs. Terrell (nee Curtis) whose mar
rirge was announced Inst week, lelt lor
Asheville where they will make their fu
ture home. It was our pleasure when
in Asheville Wednesday to meet Mr. J.
M. Fd wards, n Free Lnucc sulivrdier.
Mr. Fdwiirds is now on the nilice force,
and is one of the best und most Hipulur
men on the force.
flirt Nliiias) Opening at fLaw's)
On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
lice. 1, V find' M, till In p. ni. A liner dis
play than ever lielore. All lire invited to
.ii, a'. I nnd til Ninth Main street.
Asm VII I K LllillT AMI I'OWI H Co.,
Asheville, N. C Nov. HI, lHiin.
lidilor The Citizen: Will yon please
give notice to the Asheville public, that
we Irtve completed contracts with the
two leaning ciccincni companies ot me
world, to wil: The Tonipaon. Houston
and tile F.disou (ieuernl electrical colli
panics, lor the installation of ma
chinery capable of supplying two
liiotisumi incandescent lumps, iceiil'
mrly adopted for residences, stores,
churches, tiaiiks, or ollices. That we
have ordered und will soon have ereelrd
n complete system ol wiring for each set
ol dynamos, and that wc proiHisc niter
installation iscomplcted, to furnish himi
ol aiiyraniiic power (over it) c. p. I tor nil
night, or shorter service, measured by
meter or otherwise as our natrons may
prefer, nt 10 ier cent, less than any other
bona tide company will oiler to rentier
Asiikvii.i.k Limit A: Pow'kn Co,
"The (ieni of Tenneaaeo Valient."
It is in the valley of Tennessee, a name
synonvmous with the "rich planters lie
fore the war," that the grentcst develop
tnents in tne new south are apparent.
Davton, a city of 6,000, surrounded bvun
inexhaustible supply ol cunl, iron and
timlicr, is the "Gem City ol the Valley,"
and oilers unparalleled amiortuiilties to
northern men, money ami brains. Two
furnuces lire now in full blast and "he
hind in orders." Among thcother indus
tries now in operation arc two flour
mills, pump works, pinning mill and
brick works, with a cast Iron pipe works,
a stove loundry and a huge rolling mill
under way. A strong northern syndicate
has liecn formed to promote the interests
ot unyton, and under their auspices a
grand public auction side of lots will oc
cur at Dayton, Tennessee, Dcccmlx'r 3,
and 5. To nccommodnte those
desiring to attend the sale, the
Cincinnnti, Hamilton and Unyton rail
road will sell excursion tickets at one
fare for the round trip from all points on
the line on December 2 nnd 3. For rates
nnd further information cnll on or ad
dress any C, H. nnd D. agent, or U. O.
McCormick, general passenger and ticket
agent, Cincinnati. Send for a handsome
allium of Dayton views. Ample accom
modations at tne Hotels lor all.
To insure change of advertisements
running on regular contract, copy must
bt handed In by 10 o'clock a. m.
CHARGE TO CANDIDATES.
THR WICHTKKN NORTH CARO
Procccdliiata of Friday and Hatur-
day Rev. A. O. Garrett Kelnata-tcd-Trlultv
On Saturday there was quite a large
class of candidates lielore the conference,
Among other beautiful thoughts in his
charge to the candidates, the llishop
said, "My dear brethren, this is a matter
of very great importance to all ol us, so
much so that the discipline expects that,
in advance, we shall prav and lust. You
recollect the Saviour took a great deul of
pnins, and I helieve, if I recollect, he wns
out all night at prayer, belore select
ing his disciples. These men lire to
.I, ,,Im.m of n irnoit IlinilV
men that I see about, whose hairs
are frosted, wnen we are gone, tne
voting men arc to come, nnd stand up in
our stead, and n grcnl deal dependsupon
the religious character ol our preachers,
fully ns much its uuon their intellectual
characters. Now we have to have n
l,i,,li..r nr.li.r .!' ,tilt iviit it in anil intellect
to hold the world sternly for religious
"I can tell you my brethren, there is
tw. .Iiliii'iiltv in fiiidimr anillll t It'll ill the
world. Tliere nre plenty of them inside
ot places ol coniincmeiii, nnn some out
side: but the thing is lo find good men.
V,. nin. Iiuvi. fiillciicu. iv.ii tltetilnirii-iil
cliools,'nnd yet not have very religious
men. lint wc want is spiritual men.
('nil uses wonderful material to lie sure
very unpromising material; He does it
that the excellency nt the power may be
maiiileslly id God, and not tor us.
"Keep out of debt. Don't lie grasping
or looking around for chances: il the
Lord wants you to Is; rich. He will Miur
it oat upon you without vour asking."
Miss H. Ii. Wvlie. president of the Wo
man's parsonage and house missionary
society, delivered a long and most admi
rable address Friday night
Most of the morning session was taken
up in considering reports Irom commit
tees. Kev. A. I.. (limit who was susK'iided
at the last conference on ascrioiiseliargc.
has Ikcii restored.
II.- lr.,,....ll .,1 Trinil v rfilli'i'i renil il
retMirt, showing the college in a nourish
ing anil progressive cotiiniion.
Tin. s,,l,i.N. nl n isiiili'i-i'tiiM- firttlltl nn1-
cipitated il warm nnd leuglhv discussion.
Maj. kobhins was against the adoption
ol an organ, and Hon. II. A. Iludger,
sH.-akiug leriiugiv ill reply lo tac majors
remarks. The subject was made the or
der of Monday morning.
Large crowds attend every meeting..
The ilclruatcs lire loud in their praises lor
MrM. Henrietta K. Fallon.
I tu-iml the solemn lolliiiK of n Ih-II.
For one who'd done her life's work well;
And then It sreimd irom out the skit-a
I heard triuniphnnt music riae.
And voii-cs atina, "Why ilo oll wcri?
He Ktveth hia lielovrit aleep."
Itetoved ufrurth. ticlovitl nf hrnven too.
She made her lite ns make It few.
A hymn to CimI, tilleil w-tth au-crt prnise,
I'rityrr ami fHith the mrnsurv ol h rdnya,
StrewinK the ruses iia she cHlmlv went,
tin kindly deeits, on good intent.
And thna she did her life'a work well,
lit loved nnd lirsl, ntt' who csn tell
IImw tmini M-nrla from liuty'a deep
Th-.u IoiiiiiI to treasure nnd to keep,
And now woven In chiipk-t rare,
Tlu-y ahine aa never ahoue tlu-y here.
1'rnirrnnt thy memory na a auimucr mac,
Sweet na the hush ol n cnlm duy'a cloae;
The world ifm inn, hut hu'll fnrKet
flow in thy henrt Cud's arilcc met ?
Ah ! di-nr u'le, erussv-ilo'r- IK-nih's ilnrk ca.
Would the world held more like thee.
New Voik. Ii. II. C
Death of a Little (Ulrl.
Jessie Atkinson, the 14 year old daugh
ter ol Mrs. W. I). Atkinson, died nt her
mother's home, on College street Inst
night. She has been siitfrring from diph
theria lor some time.
Ki'lnev nlVcctions of years standing
cured by Simmons Liver Kegulutor. j.
n . roynts.
Index lo Mew AdvcrtlNemeiUM.
Wastko I.. W.
I.aiiiks Mine rnne ttmith.
Itnl.lliAV I'hkssnth W hillock.
liHsssuAKIMl Mrs. Ailina Hmith.
How's Vol I.ivks I II. Z. Ilin M Co
KSMl.wnsTll lss niter C llrow nlnn.
I'hkskkts Tnvlor, llouia At llrothrrtiin
Km, us with Hoamii Mra. T. M. Murker.
We have just received a
large stock of
The public invited toexuin
ine the variety and com pan
SHcial attention is called
to our recently added case of
Torry's fine Manicure cut
lery. A long felt want suit-
KAYSOIt & SMITH,
.'11 I'atton Ave.
OOMM WITH I10AK1K
Furntiihril room with buftrtl nt
MMH. T. M. IIAKKIIH'A,
1 1 fttnrnra avenue.
1HRS. . ADINA SMITH,
At Her Old ntsnd.
No. 4 a North Malu Street.
deel 41 w.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
THR PIN HAT VNIMPROVKD PKOPBRTV
!,ots SA snil 04, Prospect Psrk Moun
tain aarf river scenery thst cannot be ex.
celled Pine lawn, well snarled with thrifty
young oaks. Only one square from street
ear line, convenient to water, fas and elec
tric light liars Nrls-hborhood, out of the
best la Ashcvllls. Call or address
T. H. 1IOMAS,
Or R. P. POaTBR,
deet Iw I. and D OfUces,
THOUSANDS OF ARTICLES CUT DOWN IN PRICE. STOCK TOO LARGE.
Many departinonts too full, hence the daughter. Now
is the time to innvhaHe. A fount for hIiopju'i-h; the mot
elegant and complete stock
shopworn, auction house trash here. Look at the bar
gains we offer, til" prices we
Ten thousand yards 40 inch
worth ((c, for 2."c a yard ; 5,000 yards (linghams, worth
Hc. anywhere, ".c; 2,000 yards Semper Idem IUeached
Muslin, He.; .r cases prints, cost at .V.; all our cotton
checks at 4c; 1H4 dozen Towels at l..r0 a dozen, worth
$JU)0; 7." cent. Linen Damask
nel, twilled or plain, a little
comb guilts at 7.V., see tliem;iH dozen Napkins, big
value at $1 .'2 ; 1 00 dozen
."0c; L00 dozen Ked Flannel
Handkerchiefs, Hose, Gloves and Corsets. Dargains in
Kmbroideries, Torchon and other Laces. Immense value
in Furs, Muffs, Hons and Capes. Our Cloak and Wrap de
partment immense. We are alarmed about the quantity,
hence the prices almost cut in two. If low prices will do it
we intend to reduce our stock fast. Monday morning the
sale commences, 'tis now in
No. 11 I'atton avenue. What you want maybe gone be
fore you get there, for prices make things move. Mini
mi ugh is in his glory when he
linery department still booming; more work than we can
do; not soliciting any trade
and till urgent orders for our
A cyclone lias struck our
Hurrah for the cut rate sale at
No. ii Patton Avenue.
Hr-DltY (S00DS. MILL1NEKY AND CAIUMrrS.-H
MATirR The Krnllia-nrlh Inn Cnmnanv.
that it hna never liecn the intention to make It a fnnatotlum. To the contrary. It will
lie conducted atrlctlr na a firat-clnaa hotel and Meal resort. A mile and a hall frnm the
Aaheville court hotiae. out Ma'n street, and dlreetlv nt lllltmorc million A southern e.
poaure and the moat eiunaivc view near Aaheville. Overlooka both (he French lirnad anil
Hwannnnoa Vnllcya, and the pnrk of Mr. Vanderbilt. Kooma lire ot umiaunl rise, airy and
IlKht. with Inrac eloaeta. Thlrtv-rive aullea ol monia with privnle hatha rcrfccl syntemot
I'lumljtng, lleaiinK ana ventilation. luw ujwneu earijr in inia k.'hiiiik rruruut . anua.
WALTER C. HRIIWNINU, M. D.,
Already Kuweit and Hptit.
ASHEVILLE WOOD YARD,
C. E. MOODY,
Office No. 30 Patton Avenue.
Tlil.BI'HONK NO. .
Yard anil Wareiiuaaa sear lieiKit. Tele
FOR SALE !
A well ratahlhhctl buiinei In Ahrv.llr.
ivnttnlly IfM'Mtrd, ftnlnff a flrt clntM Irndr
wiin iMfftr pronti. i nn w int nrai opprnnu
nlty now nrrti In thisrlty. Mmt belaid
brrauc nf ownrr'i III health.
Alia, a nnitlat new mtldrnrc. centrally
liK'ntrd If tHkrn now ran be hadrhrsn.
We offer m splendid tract of timber Innd. for
snie nr as an investment on narra. 1'oplar,
oak and tturkeve.
For Kk nt Furnished and tinAirnlahed
houses only a few mloutea from Court
Mo 11 are.
wantio-Two lam mldencea, with every
TODTenirnn. 10 rxn lumiinca,
RICKLOW ft JONKS,
RBAL BHTATB AND INVBHTMBNT.
Room K McAfee Block, 3!l Patton Avenue,
OT1CU TO TOCKHOLDBKH.
Aihevlllt Htmt Railway Co , Rlectric.l
Ahcviiict Nor. an, 1MUU. j
At a mrettntf of the board of directors
this day It was ordered that a meet ins of
sictfsnuincrs lie caneo, to assemoie at ths
office on Tuesday, Dec. B, at 1 o'clock p. m.
n. M, JIINKH,
noT2S did Secretary and Treasurer,
But LlndfteT'a Guide Book
toWiN.Ci Price Mctos
FOR THIS WEEK.
to select from. No off style,
Tricot Flannel Dress Goods,
for ".Oe; .r cases Ked Flan
over half price; :t00 Honey-
unla - imdered dollar Shirts for
Shirts for :J7!ac. Cut rates on
progres: read this and run to
sells goods cheap. Our Mil
for it at present, but will try
stock; prices taken tumble.
to correct an nnfoumleil ntmor. announces
If vou do you will be aware of the fact,
keep the best ffood for the least money.
C. D. BLAHTON & CO.
AHHUVILLB, N. C.
Dr. B. F. Arlington,
Pltllnc teeth a apecialty, also treatlns dla
eaaed K.m., and all dlarave. pcrtainlntf to
the dental itnicturc. Office rooms on I'at
ton avenue, over Maraor ft amlth's drug
Oold, Mlver, Ivory, Oak, Ollt and Combi.
natloa Monldlnm. Also Boom Mouldings.
Pictures Matted, Mounted and Framed at
lowest prices and work auarantred. Bngrav
Inira, Palntlnas and Local Views always oa
a S. Main 8tt
ICE RATES FOR
In quantities not leaa than one ton at factory.,
In quantities not leal than one half ton at factory
Hon sounds, 30 tickets, 10 pounua cacn
0 60 " 10 " "
UN " o "
7(10 ' IB " 80
i.mn to " Kill
TlckeU In dollar packairea and anv quantity
our office for caah or tickcta.
Asheville Ice &
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
For sale at Wholesale and Hetall by-
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
KicIu.Itc Agents fltonieatlc and Bteaml for Weatern North CaroHna.
IT NEVER RAINS,
But It imiirs, and when It docs rain remember that my assortment of Umbrellas la the larji
eiit In Asheville. If you don't believe It Jnat Klnnve at the mnKnincent dliptajr now on exhi
bition in my window. I would alto cnll your attention to the following new ifoode received
last week : A new lot of nick wear In Hunt shades for evening wear ; alao in hat deimrtment
a line of huts in three different ihades in the "evening sun," shne that ii ao fashionable
F. E. MITCHELL.
LBWIB MAIIUHX, Pre. L. P. McUOUU, Vlcel'rea. . B. BANK IN, Cashlar
DisscTim.: IxwU Maddua. M.J. Hranlen, M.J. Pimi, J. B. Bankla.J. B. Ray, J. B. ml
8. II. Keed. Ueo. Ii. I'owell. C. M. McLoud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
tlrttaniard May 1st. INRH.
CAPITAL. $50,000. SURPLUS.S20,0(KJ
State, County and City DcpoHltory.
Iiocs a General Banktaa- Bnaineas. Uciorita received. Bsehanie boacht and sold. Col,
lection, made on all arcessitile points. The flaring Feature will receive .pedal attention.
On all sum. In thi. department, deposited fur four raoutna or longer. Interest at the rale
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention glvru to loan, on real estate, which will be placed, for Inns thaw oa real
Open from 9 a m. to 3 p. m. (Is Saturdays the Savins Department will be n pea till A p. m.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
ai7 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROl'VHLY FILTERED on the Prcnilaea.
Twenty-five years of practical eaperience, combined with rssMwai. at ten Una to aB rte
taila of the bualnraa and perfect arransement. f.r clsanlinkss aad roarrv of aB saoda
mannfnetared, enable the propiietot to present to hla nnmeroaa patrons a superior class of
Carbonated Ilerf rarea.
Vichy and Seltzer Water In Siphons.
Ginger Ale and alllthe varioaa flavors of BODAIWATBB ready for shipment aad deflverea
free la City limits. Oat of towa order, maat have ssaroNaiaLB reference.
C. H. CAmPltFI.I..
THE HEALTHIEST PLACE IN AMERICA,
HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
In peacernt. rewlful vale, aarreaindctl with pine
covrrcd monntMlDH, Hpjtrklluic wtrrama arad twaaiil.
ful Hcwticrvi with It dry. brHeinK, heallnaclcai air.
freedom from duxl, rualaila or drbllllatlnic effect,
the beat of Fall and winter clliualca, wills Its tber
mal water flowlnii Into marble poola, the moat lua
arloua and curative baths lu the world, lendeia lo
the debilitated, rheumatic, malarlona or coaly Buf
ferer, a well anihe recreation seeker, Health, Heat,
I'leaanre, Home Comrorta a d t'nexcelled Table at
THE MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL.
Illalanec frnm Aaheville lu Hot spring., 87 miles. Tiaw ol trip,
t hour and 37 mlnutca.
SCHEDl'LK OP TRAINS.
Ixuit Aaheville for Hoi Mprtnga at 7:.1i a m, JV p m, aad T . m
Kelumlng leave liui Spring, for Aaheville at 7:37 a ai, 1 3: aft sima.
nnd 11:111 pm.
Pullman Palace Cars on all train.. Mouad trip tickets loctuillng
one day's lioanl at the Mountain Park lintel, (4.30.
Ou the A. & H. Railroad, Klffht Hllea South of Aaheville
and Adjoining Vanderbilt Park.. .
If ynu are looking for a place
why doa'l yon ace alxiut
The heal mineral water and In great variety, tovrl lota,
firnnd vlrwa, gnnd ain-iely. Ii you think nf buying why aol
HiyNIIWr I'rkr. will go ap and go MAPIDLV.
Tab Train Ual al e.io A. Me-Vaure M Centa Or Dsiva aoalai Mllea
PKHl). MUTLUIK1B. City Areot, SB Pattoa Av.
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C
Eight Mllca South of AstieYlile, ou the A. A S. Railroad.
New hnlela, aew rott.gr.. new fnraltsra. besntlM groves. Beat Irani, aad croquet law a,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Sulphur, Alum, Ma aural a. Iron aad Bpaom. Those Meklng health and pleasure and
Meet society will ant tail to visit this pleawst resort aad drlaa of lUheallag waters.
E. A. LeVENE
sprit dtf Manafxera
AshcTlllc. N. C.
P. A. DEMEIIS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Maaefactarers aad Dealer, ks all klads af Drasssa
Door. Saah, Bllnda. Monldlnsa, Stalrwork, Mantela, Baak
and Bar Ftxtarea, and nil kind of BuUdlns Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty,
aov 1 dlf TeaoathaysM Mo, as), . " w
40c. per hundred.
. 8 OO
of lee may be obtained from drivers aad at
Wo. 30 Patton Atcnuc.
a8 Patton Awe.
fur a boom or aa Inveatmcat
Near raaaeuser Depot.